Centre de Recherche du CHU de Québec - Université Laval



, Quebec


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PhD, Postdoctoral

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If you are interested in the integration of multiomics data to understand gene regulation, the laboratory of Dr Steve Bilodeau is looking for postdoctoral candidates. Dr. Bilodeau’s team uses advanced technologies as well as computational biology to define the molecular mechanisms controlling gene expression during normal and disease development. Talented and creative candidates willing to challenge current dogmas are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Laboratory of Dr Steve Bilodeau is located at the Centre de Recherche du CHU de Québec – Université Laval in Québec City. The city is internationally recognized for its outstanding quality of life, lively cultural scene, and reasonable cost of living. In 2023, the oncology division and the team of Dr Bilodeau will move to a new cutting-edge research facility part of a new hospital complex currently in construction.


Candidates with a doctoral degree from the entire spectrum of biomedical research are welcomed (computational, experimental, and clinical). Candidates will be selected based on their accomplishments and research excellence (publications, scholarships, awards, etc.). In addition, candidates from other research fields (informatics, mathematics, engineering, etc.) are welcomed to apply if they can clearly explain their rationale to pursue a career in biomedical research.

Additional Information:

The salary and benefits of postdoctoral fellows at Université Laval are set by a collective labor agreement. Details not covered by the agreement will be discussed and adjusted based on experience and expertise.

To apply, interested candidates are invited to send a cover letter, their CV and a short text describing their past and future research interests directly by email at We thank everyone who will apply, but only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.





next-generation sequencing


data integration

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